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Photo frame at Toti beach enhances tourism experience
​Toti beach sign
​To ensure that visitors have a memorable experience when visiting Durban’s attractions, eThekwini Mayor Councillor Mxolisi Kaunda unveiled the Amanzimtoti Beach destination photo frame during a coastline activation at the Amanzimtoti Main Beach on 5 December.

The frame will allow locals and visitors to photograph themselves with picturesque views and iconic backdrops.

Mayor Kaunda said the installation of the Amanzimtoti Beach destination frame is part of the ReDiscover Durban Summer Campaign.

“The installation of the frame comes hot on the heels of the Amanzimtoti Beach being awarded Blue Flag status. It is one of five eThekwini beaches that were awarded the full Blue Flag status last week by the Wildlife and Environment Society South Africa,” said Mayor Kaunda.

He said this is the second frame that has been installed, with one already open for the public to use at the Durban Beachfront.

“These frames are a strategic way of further marketing the City as a destination of choice as it will feature Durban on digital platforms. When tourists post their memorable stay on social media, the City will continue to trend as the warmest place to be in terms of hospitality and hosting capabilities which will result in more people wanting to visit and rediscover Durban,” added Mayor Kaunda.

He appealed to residents and visitors to adhere to Covid-19 safety protocols to save the tourism sector and livelihoods during the festive season.
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